Closure of South Australian borders Adelaide
Closure of South Australian borders
The Prime Minister of South Australia has announced quarantine in the state today. It will last for two weeks so far. The main point of the quarantine is closure of borders with other states. Police will control and check streets of cities and will be allowed to do selective checks and interviews. Fines are also possible, when people do not keep to the rules. The Premier asks to cancel all the planned trips around the state. He says that health of every South Australian is the government's first priority and people have to stay at home to prevent spreading of the virus. However, school and colleges are still opened and holidays will take place when it had been planned earlier.